um... i see alot of things on this list about life extension and immortality, this is a good thing.
but this really brings up something for me. what quality of life do these people have? Is it worth living forever only to be perpetually confused by everything or have degraded cognitive processes?
Doug Skrecky wrote:
> Newsgroups: alt.obituaries,sci.life-extension
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Louis Epstein)
> The AP now reports that recent Legion of Honor recipient Herbert Young
> has died at 112...not sure and how many months...but I guess this leaves
> Denzo Ishisaki(also 112) unchallenged as the oldest man in the world.
> Sarah Knauss by all indications still breathes at 118 years,7 months...
> so she has been alive most of the time since February 1762,and a child
> born today would be younger then she is now even in November 2117.
> (Say,where would Moore's Law be by then?)
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